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A NOTABLE [VENI
State wide Interest in Ceremony at The
L.ARG I: ('O.ll'.N Y FSI tSEN''
Rev. \\ illiam W1ay and Rev. W. W.
D aniels Ofliciate. Bridal
Ge)'~or- t . Octi.:2. .\ weddingj. of
State-wVlie iterest wais that solemn
iztI i atht at lThe (Oak-. Geuorg
town. w.heni .Miss I.ouise~t Wilson he
ls your FHorr
Are you givi
We are in pt
Light and P,
is at your di:
If you are intes
he, let us know
will call and see
e have a num
m 150 to 300
veral litters o
Sit our Farm
ng besides cc
Springs. The ceremony took place in
the Union lethodist church and was
perl'ormel by the Rev. V. W. Daniels,
of ('amiden, assistel by the lRev. Wi-I
liam Way, of ('harleston. The church
vats lautif ully <lecoratel with simlax
ani a hank of ferns filled the chancel.
A reLes, twinel with smilax soupported
a can(yl) of whitt' chrysanlthemums,
t uidi'ed with canlles, under which the
I bridal party Stoor .
A bridal chorus, composed of 3irs.
G . I-',. Greer, .\rs. Bethel Durant. .\rs.
I-1aurice Ithemo, Mirs. Lamar .Johnson,
l iss l li( Snow, Al n . iss l izatht I
Sp ign~'er, Al iss (Carr'ie lidLt'er, .\liss G n
Iliollis. Aliss Pauline Wilson. .\liss
A\nnit' Wilson arnd Aliss leulah Wilson
rlered(''(i '"T'is Thy We('idingL .lorin g'
just befor e the ceremoniy and .\irs
e Sanitary and up
ng your Family's
>sitiOnl to give you
>wver, Water Sup
sposal, at no cost
estled, and 'you should
and our Representative
ber of gilts, 6
f young pigs
-Buy a few a
Lama Sang, "I'or Thou Alone" an
"Unlt.i.'' The ac(oillnmllin l( lt wa
played by Mlisses :Iyrtie Philipps any
Gracie Sanlders on the violii and M'
aiker Vilsoln on the pIano. The wed
ding march was played by liss Carri
Biaker with violin obligato by l isse
Sanders anl Philipps.
The briial party enterel in the fol
lowing order, the two ushers, Messri
Isaac MleG. Carraway and Philip I.at
hicotte; Mliss lat'tie Ruth Martin, o
Salley; with Mr. I). I. Wilson of Oak
.iss Mary Il.vemer, of Orangebur.
w.ith 1i r i. , !. agel IIaza If ( eorg
town;i Miss E~mnia Va rn of i hrhari'dl
with \fr. \V. IIlenriy TIhomias (of Georg
teville, N. C., withI Mr. Charles Diougj
las Springs, (If Georgetown, birothe
ofthe groom00; Miss Rluth II. I lazai'<
of Gzeor'getown , with MIr. A. ( ;. P undl:
of Chavrle'ston ; .Mliss \l argarjet F<
Spring, of Geor;Vigetowni sister (If thi
groom,11 withI Mr. St. .10ulin I ,. Spirinogs
oIf Smi th fiel, N. t ., bro(thler (If th
grom; M iss Floere Iic liigway, (I
RomeV withi Mr. Ra alph Nesbiit,' o
Waey MtiIt'iills; Miss l;iimie Sniow o
(Cha rleston ; M iss lI lelne Clarik oIf Il
hborta, Ga., withI Mir. Stephen Nettles
oIf Greenv'il le; Mliss WNini e Mdannoingj
(If ihems, withI M1.r. (Charles5 13. 1ld
wards'(1, of Darlinigtoni; Miss Virgini
Wilson, of Manning, with Maior J1. L
i'rnest MeyerI, of ('halest on; t he
camlle little Miss Virginia lthem oI
lthemis, flower gi, withi M aste
* ethel IDuran t, of' )a ks, ring bea rei
ikollowinig thu.e I two, camie the dam
of honor. Mris. Waler C. liemint'
'/ay, oIf lleingway, aln aunt (If th
iridle, then the mid~i of hionolr, Mis
Annie Wilson. sister of the bride. Thi
cgroomli, with his best man1(, Capt. A]
hert A. Springs, of New York, entei
I(d nex t prieced ing t he bidle wtho( (r
teredl with her father. Mrl . D). I. WVi.
The11 bridesma ids wore gowiis <I
whtliit e satin anid tlle withI silver~ trini
miiings and1( carriiedl flink ('hrysanith(
mumitlis, tiedI with white inle. Tlh
mid o (f honor wore A\merica n heaut
tulle timmed wvith silver alnd carri(e
w thiit e ('hriysanlt hemumslii. 'The dame <
honor11 wasi gowyned ini gree w'i th t goIl
I The b~'rde is a love!y~ londeil oIf thb
Jun hOesqule type and her werling gow
oIf liur e whliite ductihess sa till, timiime
Iwith pea rls, enhanced her bieauity. IIk
ve il w as aritistical ly airrage wi''( vithI
('oronlet. of oIranfge-lossI ms1 am111icr:
lace. The lace wits a gift Iof t he grllmI
ha:,vi ng beeni~t prcha~s(" by I him in
Friance dlurinig his servic' with tli
IA mlericani expedrit ioInm Iv forlces.
laminediately after the('i ceremny,
recpt ionh wasl held at thbe ob1( WilIso
homne, which ad~poIins the homlie olf ti
I tid~e's pareiits. The gulest s were me(
at he oorby Mrs. I). WN. 1inkin
Colds Cause Grip and Iofluenza
LAXATIVE BRiOMO QUININE Tablets remove tI
cause. There IS only one "Bromo QuinIne
and 7 month,
rs of same a
at $25. each.
,nd get ready
I aunt of the bride; Dr. E. W. Durant
s uncle of the bride; Mrs. 0. M1. Mitchell
I Mrs. N. C. Gonzales and Mrs. C. F.
Williams, all aunts of the bride. In
-the reception roomu into which the.
guests were ushecred Were M11r, and
s. I. I. Wilson parents of the bride
the bride and groom, Capt. and Mis.
St. dulien I.achicotte, uncle and aunt
of the groom; Miss Annie Wilson,
naid of honor; Mrs. Walter C. Iem
ingway, dame of honor, and Capt.
Albert A. Springs, best man.
The presents were on display in
the room(11 opposite that in which the
r'eceiving party stood. The handsome
and1( generous disphay, covering four
sides of thle room, gave ani ol nienition
of the high ('ste(em in which ('ol.
SSpr'ings and his lovely young bride aroe
held hy all who know them.
Pre'(sid ing i nithe dlining room1) were
Mi's. E. W. IDurant and MIrs. Bethel
I ura nt , while punch was d ispensedl by
Miss IHeuI ah Wilson and MIiss Clyburn
'The part icularl'iy warm evening nmade
fthis form of r'efreshment very wel
f' com e. A del ic'ious sal ad cou rse,* fol -
r lowed by ice cream0 and cake, was
.servedt, the bridesnia ids assisting with
, the' sevng of the guests, aidted by
, issNell Wilson Fran'es Snow and
,A fter r'ece'ivinog t he c'ongraitulatI ions
- andlt goo dwishies of all, Cot, and Mr's.
iSprings slipped away and w('re d riven
. by automiob~Ie to Flore'nc'e from wvhich
i point. they were ablet' ot miaket 'onnee~
I' tions with a train for (lie northI.
* And all other 1
hs, that w
s old, weighi
ge and weig
to raise sor
IWT I H IE
Sumte. & C
ANOTHER BATTL E
[olice Charge into Mob and Drive
New York, Oct. 24.--German opera
s affording New York police extended
rtaining in riot duty.
After having on several previous
light~s this week battled with crowds
>f angry service men and (ivilifas,
~everal hundred, policemen tonight,
.ook their stations around the Lexing~ y
on Theater, reinforced b)y a detail of
ieach guards. These maritime "M.
'"soon went into act ion, arresting.
aix sailors who became too enthusias
ic ini their denunciation of German
11uc iient rioting outside the house
iccompan ied the perfornmance. Heh 1(
>aick several blocks by police lines,
he crowds "'booed"' managers singers
mdi1 ence andl pol1ice, pausing occa
;ionally to toss a milk bottle at a pa
iceman. At one time the jeering
hrong became so unruly that mounted
>olice charged into its ranks and
Irove it back.
)D. Inc. II